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I r a u rv SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL r 17aI Rev Thomas N Arnold Rev Tbrtmit N Aroold who hat t been berofnr peverI detn the later csl ut his cartidscr for irperlntondoBt of public Instrua inn lull fur Flmoub acnlfvUltttl aIreid372 ei unites ud expect to be le cMiiIt tee bole 110 before tbo primary Kvtrjwbere bo Ji allured off strong support and bo feels that be bee the DUtntuallon already won Mr Ar nqld bee been a ralnlitrr In the CnrU tlan oburcb for many jrear and baying prenobod at maoy point bl41 tapoe U very large cod hie flleDobllfI many Here ID Lcxiocton be has a large fullonlne He was the largest slocrlo dooor to tbo city prldo Ken tucky University having contributed 86060 to It sod be bns In other wajs endeared hlmsolf to this people I The tact that he was a warm friend The advantage of bavltg a manaclne editor who la aUo an expert uolcn Moo typut wai sbown yeptorday morning After the rt uar operators bad ttatsh cd work and left the ofllce a fire broke out about 4 oclock In a blacksmith shop and stable In tbo rear of the opera I houie Our Mr Sbelton M SauQey was starling home when be taw the blaze Iliuhloit to the Ore department he jumped on a w eon went to the fire got the JIrthlIIIr come back wrot It up tit U up and paw tt In the form In time to catch tbu early malls U was a scoop and n awoke of enter prlso that eotltU him to tbo thank ni tbe manager aa the pmUe of the pub llo Lexington Democrat An oil nocm It on tnWolfe county Mothers GirlThere exists often a very beautiful companionship between mother and J her The Intimacy is frank free and sympathetic But some day the mother feels as something bad chilled this Intimacy The is silent and tad seems to shun her mother inllead of seeking her This change very often occurs when the young girl U bor der line of woman hood She Is mor bid nervous fearful as she enters upon this new ex perience DrPierceaPrescription at such a will do more than re j atore the normal balance of mind and b It will establish the wom anly function a basis of sound health as well as improve the apps promotthe pnto Often Co Via Everything that could bt thought of was done to help but It wti of no UK When ahe to complain she Wall quite weighed 170 of good health until about the are of fburteeni then In sia months aht was eo run her weight Will a but ua I felt I outJ not lye her up at slit was the only child I had and I must say- lot Doc that or Favorite Prescription- my daughter would have been In grave to day When she had taken one half bottle Ihe- natura1 unction was atabllahed and we bouGht another one nuking two bottles In alt and she completely recovered Since then she U ai well aa can e The Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pales in paper covers is sent free t on receipt of ai onecent to pay expense mailing only Address Dr V Buffalo N Y of Oov Gosbal and was with him n hi lait iiuurr t another argument In favor of Mr ATOM He WM about tbe oily preaober la Krunkfort who e toad fiv and stond up fir the dying ttatet mao en bitterly mall Dtd and o foully assalnatdSlr hat the distinction of be lor a otiooraue of President U 8 Grant they wrro pupil together at Mv vli4 when Mr Arnold was nine onlyivlRorIourenof the State will be rafr la hll hand If be le called to pmtdo over the bureau of education end hie friends ny they Intend that bntbail bo made the p+ rtye tnndard bearer Lexinc ton Democrat IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIESc Klrkivlllo will have a fair July 17 and 18 Smallpnx hat again broken out In Anderson county Dr M Tabler formerly of Harrods burg le dead In Now York Prank Sinclair stern at Columbia was rubbed of 1200 worth of Jewelry Sbelbyvlllo U to have a 12000 860oJohn L Cooper has been appointed postmaster at Ward Pulakl county- A MooHcellndUpaict say that tbe Beaver creek oil field cacti day bow e steady development French Wlllblto was given two year In tbe poultentlary for the murder o Andrew Hutton In Knox county Frank Grabbard a Jdckon county mall carrier has been hOld to tbe cbi ooopoulojraaotbcr pe riioo mull Allene tho little girl who wee brain ed by tbo brutal RWHUlttr of Mrs Matthew at Shreveport Lu haebeen restored from the Sanitarium to her relatives perfectly round and well IodUuilninc Chnrlen Durham chare ed with Icllllni John Lawson County Judge Lewis of Rockcadle declare- that rawrno committed eulo de In go lag with his gun to Durhams house on tbe hunt for trouble Toe Knox county grand jury has begun a weeping Investigation of the ai letfcd tale of icbot U by trustee to teachers Warrants of arrest bavo been Ittued for several teachers wbo htve failed to respond when summoned to appear before the jurv DANVILLE T P Reed who wa ainounced as the democratic candidate for the Legislature In the May prima ry and U O Price wbo was Ilkewiio announced as a candidate for circuit clerk were declared the nominees b the county committee on account the fact that no opposition developed to either of thorn Sjmpeoo Ss Co havo dlfforentjpartiesyllle Mr J El Symp oo the bead of orellonlwberoEwing bought of J B Caldwell 07 area of lead on tbe Lebanon pike Ova miles fron town for 81 600 Advocate IrHenry Johnson a Negro who bad been ruoased on bond on tbo charge criminally assaulting a tour yearoh- white girl wee hanged by a mob on the public square at Carthage Tex I I NEWS NOTES Striking workmen are causing trou blo In Lewis county Ground has been broken for fonder eons new City fall building Flftylwo persona are known to bavo bscn killed In the storm In Germany I Arthur Newman was arrested at Madlsonvllle for assault on a 10year old girl James O Putnam former Unite States Minister to Delirium Is dead at Buffalo N Yj William Mackey a wellknown far or of near May vlllc dropped do while at work I Rodman Wanamaker Eon of tbe I Philadelphia multi millionaire carries InuraocoI awarded for station at State College LexingtonI Andrew Carnegie has given 1600 1000 for the erection of a court house for The Hague peace tribunal I Tho Marlon county fiscal court hi appropriated 110000 for the Improve mint of dirt roads In tbo county I Seven freight wrecks occurred op tho Lexington Js Earn between Jack son and Lexington In three days The Lake Erie and Western railroad safe at Uagerstow lad was blown upon and robbed by five masked moo According to Herr Most the anar chist aro tbe only pure noble eDtlo and blcbmladed people In tbe world Tbe new department of commerce and labor gradually being organized It will begin actual work about July 1 Tbo three administrators of the estate of Millionaire Wlntleld Stratton were paid 110062173 for their services Scarlc Wood aged nine Is dead s Mavtvlllo from the effects of a pistol hot accidentally fired by his 12year old brother C R Love of Bardetown has cause d tbe octet of a ealoon keeper and a wo man at Milwaukee claiming they rob bed him of esoo A bops tumble into a brook In New York proved the oases of unearthing ono of tbo largest Illicit BtJlla ever found In tbo State It Is expected that a eyetem of wire less telegraphy will be Installed In Alaska for the United States signal service by tbe first of August next Tbo body of Adolph E Oponhym a New York millionaire was found In Harlem river Ho is believed to bavo leaped from a bridge on March 30 with suicidal latent Tbo armored cruller Colorado was launched at Cramps shipyard Phila delphia Miss Cora May Peabody daughter of tbo governor of Colorado christened the vessel At Lexington Circuit Judge Parker overruled tbo motion for a now trial for Dr A P Tavlor sentenced to three years imprisonment on a charge of embezzlement growing out of hie con nection with a debenture company Tbo latest In strikes comes from Madison WIs where the high school seeefooawarm opportunity for tbo teacher to doalittle striking on his own account with a paddle appointed Fowler Chase who Is alleged to bo In bty at seeks to have him declared lassos and have custody of his estate At Bloomington fad 33 moo broke late a house and whipped two white girls and a Negro moo Th older girl And the Negro wore whippe- with a barbed wlro Some of the white caps were recognized and warrants will be sworn out by the victims The trustees of the Tuskeegoo NorI red en dowment of 1000000 In United States Steel Corporation bonds Out of this suitable provision 1s to be made for tbeI wants of hooker Washlogton and taint ly during life Tbo declaration of Independence will be placed In a dark vault and henceforth bidden from public view A com mittee from the American Academy of Sciences reported to Secretary Hay that the historic manuscript was fading and advised that It be kept In darkness After an Idleness of two years work has been resumed on the Morehead West Liberty rallroal It estimated thetopendup timber coal and oil The road extends southward to West Liberty tho county seat of Morgan county a distance of 25 miles Tho testimony at the trial of Jim Howard at Frankfort was completed Saturday afternoon and both aide closed tbelr case The jurors and tbo defendant were taken to the Capitol grounds where they viewed the scene of the assassination Argument was begun yesterday morning and It is ex casedIecODlumed I Democratic Primary May 9th 1903 1 VOTES FOR I Mr J JL Alver3on for whodfor tho past nlno yenta has just announced candidacy nextId able prominence as an Indus yoursdemocratfor the party and whoso record as a democrat and standing as a hlgh toned gentleman will doubtless make him a worthy antagonist for any one uiiiunuK uiu taco Mr jxi- vorsons friends in this county would bo glad to see ambition gratlflod Rich emend Register onlyvoted ofthlwritten ofLlnoln JESSE M ALVERSON theIoffice for life eK REPRESENTATIVE OF LINCOLN COUNTY LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J M Craig bought of M G Ray nold a combined horso for Ulli Three fresh milk cows for sale good ones J H Albright Brodbead Ky 7t- t Small lot of good cultivated hemp seed for solo Robert M West Lan cantor 2t Lutes S Co bought of James Adams of Garrard 160 sheep with lambs thrown In at 14 60 to 15 James Spillman sold to T S Hagen and C A Roblneotf 75 tine red year tiny steers at a fancy pries David Thompson sold to W R Cook 475 barrels of corn at 12 25 In the crib and w S J Embry of Stanford 200 barrels at some At tbo Boston Horse Show Ball Bros of Versailles got third prize ID the glfUd saddleborso class with the bar gelding Vivacity Milton Young of Fayettc has sold to Honry M Ziegler the Cincinnati turf man the bay yearling colt by ImpI Mirthful dam Zoning by Imp Zorlllo for 15000 Glover Kyle sold 700 bushels of corn In the crib at 13 A Sanders k Co of Mercer bought 64 000lb slop cattle from J T Woodford of Mt Sterling at 4c Advocate George W Evans has sold to E P Joace of Madison his farm of Ifi5 acre Ii miles from Lancaster for 10000 Mr Jones bought of W R Cook a horse for lib Charles H Fuller of Chicago pur fiveyeare11500 They are combination carriage nd saddle horsea Lexington Democrat Sheep killing cogs aro giving the greate ed one yesterday that bad just slaugh tered a owe and was enjoying a meal off of It- LANCASTER COORT There were maldkit Some extra good yearlings brought 5c 30d3Jc Horses and mules wore high At the Lancaster horse show yester day E H Beazley S Co showed Aote carlo and Pence John S Baughman Gambruno Logan Denny Phantom D S Carpenter Dignity Darn E P Carpenter Prospect Woods Bros Eagle Bird Anderson Carr Happy Catchmore Reid Dorsey Golddust and Quasi J R Beazley Nabotb Jr D M Anderson Gilt Edge Jr W B Burton Preston It was a splendid lot of horses At IhIof white farmers lynched an unknown for attempting to assault a 10 NoroI girl After hanging their farmers made a general onslaught on a colony of Negro bridge builders wbo were living in tnnts The tome were burned end the Negroes were driven to the woods after several of them bad been wounded by a fusillade of shots a A Thoughtful Man I M M Austin of Winchester Ind know what to do in the hour of need Ills wife haul such an unusual case of physiciansaUiedDr Kings Now Life Pill and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at all Drug Stores Final arrangements have been com pleted for two new electric railways of Bowling Green one to Smiths tbe other to Franklin y Ii J M Alvcrson i in Lincoln county Since ho has been workers in ranks He has cratic doctrines in a manner that has brought about him it would seem that it were ungrateful Advocate i Correctness Dress Is of good taste We all want credit for good taste and ifyou will allow us to dress you we will that you shall have it We can show you all the new ideas In Clothing Furnishings And IT PAye TRADEAT GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T 0 mILLER Danville DO A or a J Ky t I both in bulk and package Wo have in bulK and Ferrys in Sweet Peas White nice pop corn and the best varieties pf early corn in bulk Plenty of yellow white Como early while you have select from Also good stock of northern seed potato earliest varieties of second crop R A Ky Offlc over jTelephoBe a r I Mr candidacyforfor representative the much FOR In evidence guarantee Shoes TO THE Ku YOU NEED I BuggySurrey Road Wagon inCarMONEY HASELDEIM Lancaster GAR1JENSEEJSWe Burpees and Ferrys pacKage Nasturtian andjliilllonionjeets fullstoeklto HigginsMKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY JONES DENTIST Stanford N STANFORD GREENHOUSE EVERGREENSBalsam Fir American Spruco Arbor vitas Magnolias BeddlaaDdPhone 20rIng 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I E C WALTON i HENRY M BOSWORTH It a candidate for State Treasurer subject to Ihe prI- maryi electbf May 9 190J and solicits the support of ill democrats J F HOLDAM It a candidate for the Democratic nonliutlon for CIr- cuit Clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the patty W FRANK MC KINNEY Is a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff oI- t Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democrallc party fMF NORTH Is a candidate for the Democratic nomtnatto for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the ac Hoc of the petty J M ALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resentatlve of Lincoln County subject to the action of- be party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judg- eMCSAUFLEY For Commonwealth Attorney I JOHN SAM OW3LEY JR NO speaker who has been here 111 years made more friends than did Mr N B Hayes of Bell county He Is all exceedingly polished talker and MI effort was brimful of logic atd commol1 sense He gave many reasons why I heI 11th district should be represented on the democratic State ticket dwelt a short while on the tariff queetlon and paid his respects In a most gentlem ly way to bis opponents The fol1ow ing short history of this good democ and eplendld gentleman appears In tbe London Democrat N B Baye candidate for attorney general was a dc- ocratlo elector In 1892 an aulstant elector for the State In 1896 and an elector for the State In 1900 and In each Instance canvaued a largo part of the State at his own expense Be I wellknown all over the State and Is f going to be Kentuckyd next attorney general HON JOHN K HENDRICK withdrew Sunday from the race for the demo cratlo nomination for governor leavlDg Gov Beckbim without opposition In a card to the public Mr Hendrlck laid he believed that It was Impossible for him to win being unable to visit tbe majority ol the counties and he did not wish to do anything that might IDjure the party He tools the step after a conference with several of his leadl supporters The entrance fee of Mr Hendrick will be returned to him and Gov Beckham will put up 82600 Mr Hendrlck canceled all of his eDjtage manta and notified the printer not to place his name on the ballots Col Hendrick says be will stand by hili party tolithe last ditch THE Philadelphia Ledger has made an Interesting discovery It Ideml that In the campaign of last October Secretary Root delivered a speech a Cooper Union In New York In which he said something about the tariff aDd Just before ho began his Western tour recently President Roosevelt also made a few remarks on the same lIubjeJt The Ledger prints the two speeches In deadly parallel columns showing the not only the Ideas are the same but the words In a large part exactly so It is very evident that the same peru wrote both speeches and as the seen tary got first say the President wl have to plead guilty to the charge of plagarlim SEEMS to us National Committeeman Urey Woodson ought either to reslg I his high once or quit furnishing am munition for the republicans to uee this fall Bis attacks on Gov Beck ham are unjust unreasonable and Indecent and while they are not bnrtln the governor now they might posslbl endanger his defeat next fall Mi WoodIon Is a wheelborse democra when things go his way bat when tbey dont he tries to be tbeIIwhole push in his denunciation of his partys work ings IN its enthusiasm for the gentlema the Lexington Democrat says Gov ernojBeckham Is certain to be notni Dated and elected In spite of the world the flesh and the deyll and all hade can not prevail against It It looks yery much like our brother Is going t prove u prophet In this Instance repubii State are urging the nomination of Col Hendrick ought to make the democrat I the more firm for Gov Beckham Hendrick Is of their kind and the one my naturally feels good toward him FIVE suicides In 17 daysfrom dread of impending marriage are reported i from London Marriage Is pretty so vere In some Instances but hardly se vero enough for such a draatto remedy t TUB Barrodsburg Democrat issued a street fair edition of 21 pages which would hays been a credit to a city of Ace Brer Brown Is a hustler from fi Hustlersvllle r AN appendicitis club has been formed at Westcbester Pa Fifty perBoDI have been operated upon at the CbeB ter County Hospital for appeDdlcltlB The club will have bylaws and a con stltutlon and the only requirement for membership will be to have passed UD derthe surgeons VnHo As appendlcl tie Is a very stylish disease the club ought to ask for admission to the 400 of Now York AN Omaha couple wbo were married last December were divorced on tho second of this month and WedneBday they eloped and were married ajtaln The bride Is not yet of age If they ever get laired of each other again andI seek to have the galling chains eunder ed the court should sentence them 0 punishment for life by making themI live together JUDGE BRECKINRIDOB has wlth drawn Col Hendrlck has whhdrawn now let Urea withdraw and all will be well POLITICAL At Edgemont S D the cowbovB zata performance for the benefit of President Roosevelt President Roosevelt officiated at the eying ofa cornet stone for the northern gate of Yellowstone Park The London Democrat eazIbat udge Breokinridges friends In Laurel will go to Beckham for governor Goy Davis of Arkansas has slg ed- a recently passed bill making It uDlaw ful for nonresidents to hunt or fish In irkansas at any season of the year Lieut Gov Lee of Missouri ha Oat his resignation to Gov Docki Bo bays his political downfall Is due to- hll refusal to maintain a policy ot 11 sore and concealment The National and International Good oads convention meta St Louie for a three days session President Roc velt and other prominent men are expected to deliver addresses during the meeting There are protests throughout Cuba agaln1t the taxes imposed by the ncw r organized provincial government The drug stores of Havana were closed In protest against the stamp tax on itent medicines An appeal wtllbe made to Empei WIlliam for permission for Mormon Isstonarles to remain in Germany utrages against the missionaries w1l1 1 is said be made the subject of com abut to Secretary of State Hay The following announcements were Riven out from Gov Beckhama head q tarter Rueeellvllle Wednesday afternoon 130 Etkton Thursday after DOOD 130 Lebanon Friday nfternoo ringfleld Friday night May 1 7j merset Saturday afternoon I hope God will wither my handI pallV my tongue and burn out my hear In the flames of bell before I 1111 intentionally dishonor any posl- Lloo to which the people of Mlssou sign mev said Senator Stone at the KanB1I City editorial convention Lleut Gov Lee appeared before Lhe S Louis grand jury and told how alum exceeding 110000 wan distribute to boodles at the Laclede Hotel after he defeat of the Alum Bill The- queBtlon of Lees resignation Is now In- the hands of Attorney General Crow THIS AND THAT A Salt Lake City woman awoke trot a Jeep of 67 days Good Gover sold to W Y Currey a pair of mules for 1275 John Boswell a farmer In HarrlBon- county committed suicide by shooting respects are promising in Sbelby- couny for the largest wheat crop In yearllMaurice Doody Sr who had been Coroner for 40 years died suddenl at Lebanon homaa Bowles committed sulcld In Jackson county by cutting bis tbroat- wlthr razor- Uncle Toms Cabin has been or 1elCddropped from the New York public school libraries- n Elk Fork in Morgan county For ell Castcey was shot and killed by hla- coueln Tom Caskey Tbe Seaboard Air Line has floated 16rooOoo 4 per cent bonds to build iti Blrmloiham extension leven men were klUed and 25 Injured In a wreck on the Missouri Pacific railroad near Buffalo Kan William K Vanderbilt and Mrs An nB Rutherford were married In St- Markl church London rIrJere Baxter of Nashville ball- reltjtned from the presidency of ho- Tennenee Central railroad larlea M Schwab has taken an op tlon on 12000000 worth of oil property In the Ohio and Indiana fields crpont Morgan says he will wlU- InR1yjtlve 8500 to any one who smash es any camera that holds a snapshot of him CHURCH MATTERS Mormon missionaries over a hundred tn number will ba expelled from Ger many While on his way home from church Geoo o Scott of Waltz Mich wa beld up and robbed of 1000 Rabbi flitch In an address at Chi ca o declared that If Jesus were to re urn to earthBe would be welcomed In- every Jewish synagogue in the land t OTTENHEIM Charley Fisher sold a tbrec year ol horse to Sid Myers for 185 Garland Adams has moyed to East Main St making six times In 12 months that ho has changed his abode Chas Enslln sold his traction englt to Tom Boone for 1275 and has patohc up his old boiler until ho can get another one All of the farmers have their ralnv day jobs done now and they are just waiting for the weather to clear up w 0 they can go to farming Col J P Chandler says that J M Alverson need not be uneasy for ever democrat In this vicinity will stick to him like a duck to a pile of dough Wm Anderson seems to be the bust est man that we have Be hauls 1028 two miles and lumber from the tsm mill to market and hauls goods for John Wentzol from Stanford to Olten helm When he goes to Danville after a load of oil ho takes with him a load of scrap Iron and bones Charley Fisher bas returned from Louisville where he has been employer In the Avery Plow Factory for severa months Irvine Fisher has gone 10 Pennsylvania for a visit to his uncle Mrs G A Adams has returned home after nursing another case of typhoid Fever making the 25th of that dreadful disease and has not lost a IID le case She is a kind hearted benevolent wo man and Is always ready to lend e helping hand to the sloe FAIR DATES The following Is the list of fair dates ixed for this year Richmond July 13 6 days Crab Ore hard July 22 4 days Georgetown July 28 4 days Cynthlana July 29 4 days Huitonville July 29 3 days Danville August 4 4 days Madlsonvllle August 4 days Brodhead Aug 9 3 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Creek August 18 4 days Lawrcnceburg August 18 4 days Liberty Aug 10 three days Shepherdsvillc August 25 4 days London Aug 26 three days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Bardstown Sept I 5 days Elizabcthtown Sept 84 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Owensboro Kentucky State Fir September 21 0 da- ysSWEET WILLIAM My splendid mule Jack will make tile- present season at my arm at the low price of 83 to Insure a living colt No better mull- Jack will be offered for public service than tbls one For urtbur addreIE 1 WOODS Stanford NOTICE FARMERS Hubert Carpenter Acent for the Drown Wire Fence The cheapest 115 strongest most durble pig tight bull strong mille high will sell or low fence or will sin by the roll stogie wires various sites wires to suit rurclus Also dealer In the finest and Mst Plymouth Reck chickens ant eggs Do not ran n e by An here do business For Lift or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Offlle N W Cor Mvert Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bestThe Equitable Btronge in the world Get also a combination Disabil ty policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of Now York Covers overy Accident Covers every illness WOOL WANTED I I will pay the highest mar ket pricefor 50000 pound of Wool Call and get sacks J II BooNE Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot St Stanford Ky Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Estolle 2101 Sired by Illcadl Oolddost 4400 by Golddust 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by Ztlcadl an Imp Arabian stallion Dorsey Oolddustdam Florence by Golden MIngo Cblef a son of loffs Morgan descending from Justin Morgan making him an Intensely Inbred Morgan stallion I the best family of road horse known Dorse Golddust Is a dark bay full l8 hands and weighs 1200 pounds A prov- en and uniform breeder of high roai mud Eastern horses combining all the qua ties for harness and saddle are In de nand at Will make the present eason for approved marta at my farm SJi nlles from at CO to Insure a llv log cot Money due when colt comes 01 nare parted with QUASI 2127 In French Coach Horse Stud nook of AmerIca also In Ropubllnue Francolse lava Natlonaux No 12663 Imp by M n Mchner Co In 1608 Winner of first prize at the National Universal Exposition at Parll France in 160788 competing with 81 talllons and unbeaten In America Color bay small star black points 1C hands ilgh and weigh 1350 pounds Po sestn bob speed and action his colts are breedy 1looklDg rangy uniform In color and and action- S orm unusual step Will make the present season at my farm Dear Stanfoid at liD season Monoy our when service rendered or CIS for a living olt Money due when colt comes or mare parted with Mare kept at SOc per week on grass The belt of attention given DO responsibility tor accidents or escapes F IIEID THE u GRAND LEADER fi 1 Figure Beauty + Secured tfly- Warlug The Fashion Hip ModelPerfect the result ol perfect cofMtmaklng Beautiful Fabrics Wo have a full lino of this celebrated Corset at 8100 Short Straight Front Cantlll Corset 4Sc NOTIONSN- ow Shell Hair Plus the 25o kind ICc Back Combs at 10 16 and 25c Shirt Wnlst Pearls go at 25 35 and COc sot Ladles knee length Ribbed Drawers 26o Ladles Drop Stitch hose tho 25e kind 15c Se i PARKERS HAIR DALSAM 114 bNellfIcI be bIr rnxnot InurUM I N T ta lit tor Onyl CunoJOduuttarlu or Public Sale having derided to locate In the West I will offer for sale to the highest bidder on SATURDAY MAY 16 1003- m7 house and lot I onIuatonvnle aDdmite from Huitonville UradfordsTllIe Eleven room hone conveniently arranged cistern and well near the door barn and all necessary out buildings new Will also sell a lborvj waOn comparatively new and household aDd kitchen furniture sins ELLA a ROSE MILLINERY Please call and sce our complete line of Ladies Misses nn Childrens hats in rcar of post office building SIRS G SINGLETON PRESTON 922Vol II Solid bay black points IJJi hands hlgl Sue style simian BT WA8IIISOTOS SI 1 dam nellebyRboderlck lOt 2 dam by Denmark lIelle the dam of Preston was a note show mare It Is needless to commend him as he Is one of the Guest show horses ta Kentucky Ills colts are coming to the front and bringing startling prices Preston will serve mare at 112 BO to insure living colt Will keep mares on grass at tt a month W n BURTON Lancaster Ky AN ORDINANCE The city council of the city of Stanton do ordain as follows That the North side of Main street In Stanford Ky from the residence propert of William Severance excluding It to residence property of M D Eltnoro at tbo intersection of Main and Danville streets Including It and also the East side of Dan villa street In said from the of- M D Elmore above referred to and lug U to the residence property of Mrs E lelmi heirs Including so of ame to a point opposite tile entrance of traded lot be paver lth a brick pavement to be support ed by a stone curbing work Is to be lone in everv particular as required by Section 40 ot tbo Bylaws Rule and Regulations for tho government of the Ity of Stanford Ky except that pavement shall be six feet In and laid work shall be done at the cost of the wners of the ground fronting the improve icnts as provided by law The a of an ordinancetoregolof11I cory LIt HcaiiEft Clerk The Combined Btallon I DUKE of RICHMOND Will make the Season of 1901 al my farm one mil- south of McKlnneylon McKinney Mt Salem pike at the Insure a Utnt Colt Money 4ue when colt Is fMlJ when mare Is trijfj Insur ance Is forfeited and In all cases mon Is DESCRIPTION AND ICOICRCE ThreeyeanolJ- 4ark bay 16 14 hands high a tine Individual with esl of style ant action drives ant rUes nicely lie- was sired by Covlntfon IOTI he by Limber- Jim Standard and reglitered sst dam by General Duke dam by Warren Denmark jrd dam t Old Crockett NateTom Covlngton Is a combined horse with a olrit t4 trial 119 his dam was by Ken lucky Chief and dam Parsons Abdal rah General Duke had a record In sere of M ws toy limbry uington toy Oil Lexington The dam of EmM1rys Lexlnjtton was Dellmyray Imported Monarch You tie this Is as well bred colt as Iin county At the same time and place the rood mule Jack Jim Porter at the same turns He1s as goof mu- lJack as there Is In ths county I have both yearling an4 suckling colts to show you soyou see there It- oOlllk In breeding to this Jack R S SCUDDER McKlnney We have just received from the celebrated Paragon Shirt Waist ftutur a largo line of White and Colons Shirt Wnists nlso afull lino of Ladles Wash Suits perfect fitting garments A Fine Indln Linen White Waist COc White India Linen Waist colons Polka Dots OSc Very Fine Whit Oxford Waist very stylish 8126 Mor ccrliod Qxford Waist whlto or col ors 815 India Linen Waist Xo wide ham trimmod Munto Carlo front 8250 India Linen Sultolcgantlyinado e2CO 8300 e4CO nod WOO uauh Wo halo rwcontly added to our do partmont u full and complete lino ofI Ladles Muslin Underwear a few ilals for u starter Ladies Muslin Gowns nlcoly made 4S cants Muslin Gowns Hamburg trimmed 74 cents LadIt Corset Covers well made 15 cents Ladles Corset Covers trimmed Sfx Ladles Corset Covers trimmed Vat Splendidmade Skirt Hamburg trim metl4lis SPECIALS 20 dozen Mertli rtrie 8100 Shirts go at 6U cents Special Prices on- MansI Clothing Dont buy your SUIT until you Iiee furs wo hBO the rigid kind EXTRA SPECIAL 1000 jjvrtl ll 30lnchwldo Hamburg worth 20 25 and 35o yard lung as lasts goes at lOo yard in order for as many to share In this bargain as isslble we limit 10 yards to each customer IT ta 1l T rt 10 I adcJtrtoearhu a o3 for orss ot t e uroa 0t11- qas yon 1 rt tle 11sl t Pt de t tyourueyvr1t- o ra oY the at pave ta m crwl ucf- bast qy tlan ys rataly utt to a aIII ui lVit tV atuwt e 4t sa- r u tile w t t M sre e tqtyfMim Is aid th re are too places ft rt w due ryt he amenH tolJtV r5wrlJ r flirt lit Ike a Tho bcstiOO Unflrlfcicirt trmdWuit 1 proof rufllcji very bet of Mercerized t Sateen Betterono oUuOe2 and W Sco this line before you buy CROSSETT SHOES IJ full lino itt LWWA CKOS TME M B LEVY CO Prors B LEVY Manager property due Tom tnd cord iuj 1G0 ttttrIff4Itt Irrr 1t 1lIulL GRAND LEADER w FOR FINENFURNITUREICARPETS MATTINGS L RUGS I RANGE SALE We will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatlyrreduced prices Tho 17 kind will go nt 1425 Tho 25 kind will go at 2125 The 80 kind will go nt247b Tire 885 kind will go ntsnoGOThe 810 kind will go at 3476rThe 50 kind will go nl4tO You have never had such an opportunity prewvented to you before so now is your chance All stoves will bo sot up in your kitchen and guaranteed CEO H FARRIS a co IS- EASY Grcai3ollar ETCI Stanford Ky ALL Sorts of pretty jewelry is tho vogue Many nov cities have been added Come in and see the lot est in JewclryIYnteiics- Clocks Absolutely sentation cud Silvcrwarct W H MUELLER 5tnnfcrdI There is no Difficulty At my Plata in satisfying demands of those who sect GROCERIES of high qual- Ity For the next 15 day in- order to reduce my stock I will tell 600 lb of high grade Coffee at dOST and other value In proportion Everything fresh neat perfectly clean Sco me and save money Eat more and pay Ices J W PfRRIN the Grocer lie Main St Stanford Ky e T THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1STANFORD KYf Ant 28 1903 ID dlllng your proicriptlont wo ueo the right medicine In the exact done and with proper care Wocould- Dot do better If yon paid ui double the price which Is always reasonable Pen cvi Drug Store Id IPERSONALS CHAS E Cox went to Louisville yea torday MR II J McRoUERTS li out after a I lelgo with the mumps NANNIH DAVIS of Liberty li with Mitt Bessie Lanbara ATTOJINKY CIIAKLKS MONTGOMERY I of Liberty was hero Sunday JOE E NEVICB camo down from r T 1alnt Lick to spend a few Jay I Mil A O SINE went to Salvlea you terday to organize a Maccaboo lodge I Miss ELLA MAY NEWLAND of Dan Tllle spent Sunday with her mother hero MilS JOSIE RANEY of Danville Is guest ol the Misses Jones at May D K SWOIE of Mlddlebur 1the hero yesterday en route to Oarrard DR D F MORRIS of Mayfleld t arrived Friday Lailoy to volt her mother W D ODANNON and E J 1Dns attended LoulsTllle the State Medical Sos PLEAS TUCKER of Parksvllle spent Sunday with Mr Sam Helm of Turnorsvllle section Mn AND MRS W L MCCARTY of 1 Klnesvllle were with tbo family of Dr W 130BanconB- ONTA little son of Mr and Mrs John Coulter 01 McKlnnoy has been seriously 111 but Is some bettor MRS E Q DBAZLEY and little daughter Josephine wo visiting th t formers parents at FloralDgiburc MR DAVID FREEMAN who bai been spending several weeks at Crab Grab ard returned to Illobmond yeiterday MR AND MilS JAMBS MERSIIOK of Livingston are spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mr J It Hale Miss STELLA DISHOX of Lincoln Is with her aunt Mrs George Pope a- Q the Eight Gables notul Livingston pcan loU Verooo Rlgnal MR S T HOIIBRTS and family loft Saturday to make their homo at Mc Mecbon W Va much to the regrot o their many friends In this county Miss MARY ADAMS who Is teaching a largo muiloolais In Corbln pasta d down to Danville Sunday to spend a few days with her mother and sister e A HBIORT was ourrent horn yester 1 day that Mr A O Rutland formerly 1ofthis place was at the point of death from typhoid fever at his homo In Louisville LITTLE RIll his arrived to auk e 1Ahome with Mr and Mrs U S Moore of Kansas City Mo The moth whio MR J0 DAILEY will move his tam J lly to the house on Lancaster street oc cupled by Mr W A Canon as soon as tbo latter moves to the Drooaugb property on the some street LOCALS I WANTED to borrow 11000 on goo d I real estate Tbb oflceaWOOLWealll paaythe highs price for wool Call and get sacks now Carson It PeneaTilE U D C ladles aro requested to meet tblt Tuesday afternoon lOt 230 with Mrs J C Hays i I A TENANT house on David Dudde rarn farm near Gilbert Creek burned Sunday causing a 1200 loss FOLKS Up WillowGreekwill bat o Walton Opera Douse to ntght Get a your scat now at McRoberts drug tore CfPUP LOST Red pointer pup about five months old white breast and white spot In face Return to J T Embry and got rewardaG L PENNY the druggist has put up the handsomest soda fountain In Central Kentucky It I worth dropping In to see TilE silo advertisement of Mr Geo W Evans of Garrard appears In th Issue Read It After his sale MI Evans will locate In Lancaster IF It rains on Easter It will rain every succeeding Sunday for six says an old weather sago Thorn was very little rain last Sunday though enough I prove tbo law It Is clear today and lot ui all hope It will continue so GOOD SERMONS PAntEnglish clergyman has organized himself Into a sermon syndicate and tends out this notice A clergyman of experience and moderate views who distinguished hlmiulf during bIB university course In Divinity and English composition will furnish original sermons Jn strict ac cordance with the Church of England at five shillings each dlOnlyo ceio Sermons to or er on any required subject on reasonable terms it i k a Via 2 LOOK at the ready made skirts and waists at Severance ft Sons 1 ciloosGo toWaltont Opera Houneto night and sea the Folks From Willow Crook WM ROWSEY for killing Sam Maatin In Doyle was given 21 year In the r enitentiarybSEE us for carpets umtlngi oil cloths curtains shades Poles Sev erance S Boat a TilE L k N Ianother oxcur lion to Cincinnati Sunday Tho trainLleaves Stanford at 5 A M Faro roundtrip II 60 TUB delinquent lIt of 1002 will bo sold at public auction In front of the court house on Monday May 11 1003 county court day t FOR RENT room Lancas tar street and law offices formerly oc ncupledthis office or wrIte to W P Walton Lexington 4t DONT fall to see the Folks Up Wil low Creek at Waltons Opera House tonight Remember If you aro not pleased with the show you can got your money beck Prices 25c 35o and tOc TilE Courier Journal has the follow log to sit of the Willow Creole Co Tho play U the best of Its kind ever een at this theatre the mounting are superb a big weeks buslnesi ii aosur edsh TILE INTERIOR JOURNAL joint u Oeckhamlies since the withdrawal o Its Ideal choice Col Brccklnrldge Welcome w this addition with a full real Itatlon of Us meaning and value to the cause of tho greet common people Somerset JournalpoDEDOE U preparing to run for ofllco aga n and he expect a big vote from tbo 11th district Do has sent to that district In the last weak 60000 pounds of literature and moro Is to follow Tbo reading matter come from Wasblng ton and as Uncle Sam pays the pos toga the distinguished gentleman will likely flood the State with It belongIngt to from the Baptist church yard Sunday night during services was found a Bonyvllle a Negro settlement boa stenofwas too lazy to walk Mr Mabony Is considerably provoked and Is making every effort to fled the guilty parties The horse which Is splendid animal i bad been used very bard KILLED William Florence Ion of J F Florence who lives In tbo West End was killed near Paris by the e plosion of a stick of dynamite In pocket It Is supposed tbo was exploded by coming In contact wit a smell battery which Floranco carried about hit neck Two months ago his brother Manly Florance was killed by a dynamite explosion and Floranco bad taken his place In the employ ot a tele phono company The body was brought homo for burial MILLERGeorge Mf11er pre il dent of the 101 ranch east of Bliss Okla died at the ranch of pneumonia after a weeks sickness Ho was tho largest land holder In Oklahoma hay etlag 30000 acre of leased Indian land blifconlrol He was 00 yeari old Tbo body will be taken to Crab Orchard Ky for burial and It was duo to arrive theta lest night In ovant It did tbo burial will occur tb morning Mr Miner married a sister of Mr J E Carson formerly of the East End- S TUB following gentlemen have been chosen to serve at the primary May 0 They are all volunteers and their ler vitae are free- Staolord No IJ B Paxton Judge J I Wllmot Sheriff J W Walter Judge E D Kennedy Clerk Stanford No 2J B Foster Judge + W A Carson Clark R R Gentry Judge A G T Smith Clerk Stanford No3C V Gentry Judge J T Duddorar Judge E D Penning ettoo Clerk T D Newland Sheriff Sheri1e1t ft Clerk Tbos Pence Judge Crab Orchard No 1J C Hay Judge Cbaa Spoooktnore Judge njto Clerrlj o ton Sheriff J B Gllkerson Clerk S A MIddleton Judge Sam Chandler Judge Wnynciburg No IW F Camden OuJudiclWayoeeburJ Judge Jno McKee Clerk O L Hens toy Sheriff D B Flint Judge Wayncsburg No 3Davo Adams Clerk Hen Bough JudgeGreon Acton Sheriff Tim Huicbtnson Judge Hustonvllle No IM E Prul tt Clerk W S Drye Sheriff M F Her ring Judge Jaa P Goodo Judge Qustonvlllo No2H S Scudder Clerk D O Allen Sheriff H Q JuditeDUltonvllleNo Jet Hill Sr Sheriff B D Carter udge Sam Helm Judge AT a meeting of the county commit teo Friday Mr James F Holdim was declared the democratic nominee for rcuit clerk no one else having an flounced for the office It was decided that separate ballots should be used In Ibo representative race from those for Stato offices and In the drawing for po eltlons Mr Alverson beat Mr North nd got first place on tbo ballot This secured the job of printing tbeso allots and will turn them over to Chairman W S Burch the latter part of ibis week to taundwho asks the democrats ofM incoln county to nominate him tbo ofllco of sheriff At present Mr McKlnnoy It deputy under Sheriff Baugbman and le so excellent and trustworthy official and the exper ience ho derives while serving In that capacity will In every way qualify himufor the office he Ieokl Bolsu crat in whom there Is no guile and If nominated will beyond all doubt sue the gentleman whom bo now serves so well as assistant THERE are those who favor the ro moval of the tower containing the clock and bell two of the most essential equipments of the building and at tbo same time affording the moat service able end valuable accommodations to tbo public those who are willing elth jr to take chances on the walls stand loll In the condition they ore In or to patch and prop them up until they at least look safe and those who prefer to continue rooting oRIces for the off until ne under tbo statute ihe courts li recordsIa thinking people whether this li ordl nary prudence moro especially since It has been conclusively demonstrated a new building can be erected and aid for within a tax years and Ibo tax- cs not robed The tower Is the only ihlng that would prevent a itrang r from thinking that It U the jail In fact the building without the towel would be as Incomplete ai a jack ass wliboul cars or voice The bell clock and Us fixtures are valuable and expcn slve If they are kicked and knocked about until a new house Is built lt a doubtful whether tbo clock will look like Itself then much less keep tlmo Of course a cowbell could ba used to convene court We take the position destroysld d boladg formed such danger does exist that a new court house lea present necessity and that sop unnecessary delay In avoiding this danger by building a new court house Illalo economy Within the last tea weeks several persons oara Injured and killed In the court house In dozellablhsay patch the mass of patches Tbo county has ape- over120D001npatches l fortbebulldlngai Itis and wbat have we Insecure walls an Immense overhead weight that no oce can tell just what moment It le go lag to fall bow many It will kill nor who they will be a roof that no human being has yet been able to keep from leaking valuable record going to decay the county officer scattered all over town and the county renting off tae others occupying iho same rooms It does not pay when the necessary re pairs coat moro than the value of the thing after U le repaired In other words It doesnt pay to spend II 50 I eepecallp1ely worn The times are hush they may not be so when all the existing county debt has been paid beside what at turance have wo that this man trap all not have killed some one before that time It should be remembered that If the bond aro voted only 10 many will be sold by the court an la necessary to build a safe secure fire proof building largo enough to warrant the transaction of the countys busl ness which may bo dono for lees lhan the amount propose- dBROUIIEADI always had a desire to go to B rod head and Imagine It la a delightful little place remurk I ed the writer brother to him a tax months ago when be was visiting him I I in Atlanta Our brother was right Brodhead Is not only a pleasant place live but le a business town of no small pretensions In fact there are few town of Its ilze doing anything like the amount of business and there I ti no town In the writers knowledge whore such an excellent feeling exist between people generally There li competition In moat all lines of bull ease there but absolutely no rivalry nor jealousy To make a long story short Brodhead Is a model place peopled bas olever moo and women as ever lived tbo standard of morals U high and last but not least It Is a democratic stronghold Following Is n list of the bud ncisflrma there and If they are not all flourishing signs count tor naught Dunn S Hamm general merchants Martin is Sowder general merchants Fowler s Albright monument moo Albright Adams general merchants FraoIchcogeneral merchant J L Roblni RenI I 4 oral merchant C S Kelellng restau rant Herman Frith general merchant J H Albright proprietor of the Al- bright Hotel F Fracclsco proprietor of the Frith Hotel W C Turpln barber T S Frllh miller J G Frllh b- onS lumber men Robert L Collier umber dealer and contractor J F Watson and Dr Clark druggist B H Reynolds bUcksmlth and saw mill man Each hotel has a livery stable tbrlvlollbuelocuL It N and J R Cats Is night man Both are exceedingly clever and gen t gentlemen and the companys In are never neglected by them r Fallen FraccUco Is police judge and Egbert M Wallen city marshal and they deervo credit for making Brodbead one of the most orderly towns In the State Mr Evans Is the efficient postmaster and he gives night well ai day service Mr Collier told s tbat since Jan lit be had shipped 110 ease of lumber of various kinds Ho lean old Crab Orchard boy but has loaned to love Brodhead as well aa the rest of the Inhabitants Mr Kelsllng the reaiauranier le doing a big bust nose in his line In the last month be prepared and delivered to trainmen 1475 lunches at 25o each and did more than I200t worth of business at his lunch counter Both feet are cut oft and Mr Kelsllng walks on his knees but be does more business than a great many men who have not hid the mIl fortune to lose a limb In doctors Brod bead le well supplied They are Dr 1 S Burdelt the wellknown eye and ear specialist and Dre Percy Benton Graveley and Clark Each baa a good practice and all aro popular physicians Brodhead line the reputation of being the cheapest town In the country Ne cessities of life sell for considerably lees than In other towns hotels furnish 12 fore and appointments for tl and other prices are In proportion It Is a live and let live plats and a good one In every respect MATRIMONIAL J P Brown aged TO and Miss Hal lie Brooks 17 were married al Albany Clinton county Tbruxton Beal hoe married MlaaOge IbotEditorMtVeroon01RockeaILeston by Rev F P Gates Mr C A Emmlck of Danville IHi and Mill Fannie daughter of Rev W R Davidson were married in Dayton O Sunday and will make their home veryhaodeomeman while the gentleman who has won her la said to be a hoe business man WOOL WANTED 100000 pounds of rood wool wanted at the highest market price Call for sacks We 0Went jour wool McOORMAOK k SON Hutonvllle Ky SalelDFifty secondband sewing machines In good repair from 12 50 I MOROAM BOOtfE Stanford Ky Hemp Seed For Sale I A limited amount of strictly nice clean ImportaUontorDANKd HUDSON Lancaster Ky A 8 PRICE tJorgeon Dentist tanrord Ky Offleor OwslyDandle DR P I WI Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kontucky Office in Myers House Flats- UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a small amount I can fix your upabrella better than the tramp repairer for less money Give me a FRANK ATKINS Stanford NOTICE I I If you think of building or repairing we I can save u money on your material All I lengthbeveledceilings casings bogie or cornice boards I veranda poste and brackets bored and plastererslathesor priceI1UMPUREV Ky BLACK HAWK JR 9Is sired bv plack Hawk No 1 15 hands high black with mealy poInts good bone and length and one of the finest stylo jacks atbooksford at IT to Insure a living colt and money withYI Public SaleI Having sold my farm J will sell to the highest 1ddC on- THURSDAY MAY II 1003 the following property 4 horses 4 cow with young 21 10 lambs 3 tows and pigs farming Implement house hold and kitchen furniture 20 barrels cprn 25 bushels wheat S buggies 1 snlkey tamIng Implements all In good and near ly new K Interest In a new rlano Hinder Sale to commence at 0 oclock a m at my farm 1J miles from Lancaster Terms made known on day of sale A M Bourne Auctr OW W EVANS I I Clothing pointersI Quality Fit and WorkmanshipSh- ould bo noticed closely before a Suit is pur chased All these points arc important See that the coat fronts are well atiflbncd eo that they will sot up well on the chest nnd not wrinkle buck this keeps the lapels up in place whether tho coat- is buttuned or unbuttoned The collars should be put on by hand The button holes should be worked by hand Our largo stock of Perfect Fit ting Clothing have all these points of superiority We are the only dealers in Stanford selling Cloth lug made with PATENT SHAPE UETAINING COAT FRONTS Our values tire the best our fits are perfect See our large assortment of patterns Cummins a McClai r1 a r41 e tO- s 11 qtl wasIl e w o 1 apa 0 c0r = Z 6 oarIO 8 = J ao c U c3 g e s0 oo0 = 0 O a o iA III oc2 = 0 en SZSaw Ribbon Bargain A Good Thing For You We place on sale today 1000 yards nil Silk Taffeta Ribbons in Black White Pink Red Blue Nile Moiee Green and Navy three to four inches wide as long as they last at the round price of ONLY lOc PER YARD usual price 15 to 2oc but by buying a large quantity we can make this low price SEVERANCE SON CLOTHINGA Select Lino of Suits For Men Boys and Children Also a Splendid Lino of TROUSERS all Manufactured by tho very best manufacturers in tho country Call and see our stock W E PERKINS 4tJ3J glllL cV ys- oawa A Crab Orcl1ardJI W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose r I- 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Snlertd n the pottoffice at Stanford a tconddati matter 1DUahdorudQ3MI dFrida vo- AT 1 PERYEAR CASH Of Whin not loptldaaOO will bechsrgsd KNOXVilLE DIVISION 74 Train going North tles- o26 II 2ae- 02II South 1217 Mo 23II t25Z II m FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byW m Sererance Will rent for one or more years J B OWSLEY Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line of Groceries and Oakes Etc Just received Highest market CaBigIr lh nishing Goods Just my k THE Joseph Price Infirmary 1s open a1 tho year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Prof sional bills duo when services arc render and must tpaid promptly Giboney Jeffries 1 Llvory Food Salo Stable Liberty Kyt Drummers Rigs a specialty nigh Grade Horse and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention TraHlor Vt icet DEALERS W Wlilsku Brandy Wines Beer LCIlmlliSiBtlM I JOarpent r House Oloselto Depot STANFORD KY Prompt end polite attention Nothing but the to drink Mill phone cr telegraph orders bellprompt mention II ID Wearen Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New I York the largest in the world Assets 81871063512 Surplus as regsrdspollcy holders J9436ai8 69 Farm property in Casey Garrard and coin counties Phono 21 Stanford Kentucky II R B Muiiony Insurance flaents Insurance Roe nt Fire Life Accident anti Tornado None but the larg est and best companies rep resented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J U Beazlevs Livery Stablet Is In of fo i I have had occasIon to use your BUDraught Stock and Poultry Mtdl tine and am pleased to say that I never used anything for stock that gave half ai reamItT J B BELSHER St louis Matt Sick stock or poultryIhould not t eat cheap stock foodany more than betmedIcine less stock foods Unload the bowels and stir the torpid liver and the animal wilt be cured if it bo possi StockLbowels and stirs up the torpid liver iftakenPoultryMedicinetimes over Horses work better Cows 1givemore milk Hogs gain flesh thefOJthe Dr sumed Buy acan from your dealer r ST t1fI HCRUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him aI Gilt Edge Jr SADDLE STALLION Dark bay 1634 hinds high has prove himself a breeder Of tItclauAsddlo 4lie was sired bv Gilt Edge he On Time dam by Dennys Drennon god dam by Onstotu Telegraph bettor known as tbe Ballaid horse Ollt Edge Jr will make the season of 100 at my staple one mile from Prcachersville on the Preachersvllle and Stanford pike at 000 to Insure a Urine colt D M ANDERSON Iroachen- rllleNABOTII Kj JR Nabothisabeautiful dark bay with hes mane and tall with good tone plenty style and finish and has extreme high nctf end If worked would step as tart as o Nabotb his sire He Is over IB bands big weighs 1113 pounds and only 4y arsold this May He Is by the wellknown Naboth Flat dam by Messenger Chief Jr second dam by Orlt Davis third dam Thoroughbred Naboth will make ito season of 1003 at our stable In Stanford at the low price of 1 12 50 to Insure a living colt Money due whgn colt Is foaled or m u parted with Marcs traded or removed from this county forfeits the Insurance and the money is duo J It UEAZLKY edStanford K- Coe y J Le Beazley 8 1 Undertakers and- Embalmers ALl 0 1111111 II Furniture Mattings Rugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ YJcGLA Y UNDEBT AXEa EMBALMER And Dealear lt SABXTESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky KING EAGLE highdarlcspeed style and action sired by Ilojr al King lit dam by Eagle Bird 2nd dam by Red brMUlenthoroughbredNor King was sired br the great On Time and Is a brother to the great Sliver King and Allle 0 the great show mare that sold for 91000 King Bagles 2nd dam the dam ot Minnie Boyd the great show mare that Matt Cohen won everywhere wIthJ1195 and sold for J500 King Eagle will make the present season 1003 at stable 23 miles west of Stan ford on the Shelby city pike at the low prlco hstandDilly Keene at 110 for mares 820 for jack colts and f10 for jennett colts to Insure a living colt Billy Keene was sired by the great Tom Keene 1st dam by the Imported Palermo 2nd am by Levi nubbles Prince Urignolla1111171eene with white points and as a breeder He is unsurpassed as a mule or Jennett Jack Ills colt will show for themslpes Will also let a that great young Jim Keene serve a outIdemaresat810toinsurellvingeoltMares tcomlJllFor further particulars call on or addess 8 T IIARRI9pPhone 72 RtngS DR FENNERS I KIDNEY an- dBackache I t RldnefCUREBladdlr Dont become discouraged There Is s cure for yon It necessary write lr icnnet IcascsFor years I bad backache severe pains across kidneys and scalding urine I could uonrotoutof bed without help The use of rentiers Kidney and Backache Cure re stored me O WAGONER Knobsvllle Pa DrulIlIlstsliOc f1 Ask for Cook BookTreep VITUSDANCE Sure Cure Fencer FredoolaN YJ SOMERSET The park at the depot Is daily prow lag more beautiful Farmers In this section are much die couraccd over the continued rains Mrs W R Watkins returned to her home In Campbellaburg last Saturday Our City Engineer Is busy surveying 11tbo streets them with a view of etralghlen Mr J R Oeacley acid wife wore pleasant visitors Sunday to tho faml of Mr Mersbon Attorney B V Smith was not so seK lously injured as at first supposed nod Improving rapidly Mr end Mrs C o Porter returned yesterday from a visit to friends in Louisville and Eminence Too Cbautauqua Club will present a very interesting Shakespearean pri gram Saturday at too residence of Mr Sam Morrow The Steam Laundry under the super vision of Mr Oliver is undergoing substantial repairs and will get out a big washing this week The excavation for our new hotel on progressing0o as permitD in a prlva letter expressed It pretty well when Be said It rained today yesterday and every other day since ho could rememl here The Red and Blue contcstof theChrls tlanSuodagSchoollanaarltlgncloeaanbee j Q sides kayo kept about even during the whole time last Sunday each number tug 88 The now proprietor of tbe Ferrell Houeo has his hotel lull of boadcrs and seems to be a genial popular host Mr Vrell with his family Is rusllcallog In the country while his new residence Is being completed Our trolly line Is to bo a reality ao as the Somerset Journal states we ox pect great things of Somerset and we trust wo shall not disappointed The Telephone system Is to bo improved both the toll and long distance The water works company aro fitting up tho school building with necessary hydrants for water supply and Ore protection A clergyman passing through a vll lage street saw a number of lope Bur rounding a dog says the Buffalo Cou rler Thinking that tome cruel deed was in progress the clergyman hasten ed towards tho boys and asked what they were doing One of be lads replied that they were telling lies and the boy who told tbe biggest Ho would get the dog Tbe clergyman Vas shocked at such depravity and began to lecture them on the sin of lying and concluded his remark by saying Why when I was a little boy I never told lieII The boys were silent for a second when one of them said sadly Hand him the liaR A disordered stomach sag muse n end of trouble When the stomach falls to perform its functions the bowes be come deranged tho liver and kidneys congested causing numerous diseases the moat fatal of which are painless and therefore the more to bo dreaded Tho important thing Is to restore the stomach and liver to a healthy condition and for this purpose no better preparation can bo used than Chamberlains Htomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Craig A Hocker When you hear a republican blowing about the amount paid Capt Calhoun for collecting Kentuckys war claims just remind him of the fact that repub lican States In the North paid their agents from 20 to 25 per coot for tbe same service and Capt Calboun reo calved lees than five and onehalf per cent for accomplishing tbe cams work It Is Impossible to get ahead of tbe re publicans when it comes to grafting Winchester Democrat WagglesHe couldnt remember why is wife tied a string around hU finger so be was afraid to go home and stayed out all nlibt- JaggiesWhat was It he should have remembered Waggles To come home early I I She bad risen several timed to let a I gentleman pan out between tbe acts I am very sorry to dlsturbyou mail am be remarked apologetically see went out for the fourth time hOh dont mention It she replied pleasaotlyhI am most happy to oblige you My husband keeps the bar At the funeral of Edward Groom of Mt Holly N J the church and the Ore bells were rung simultaneously It Is evident that the deceased had no In tention whichever way bo went of en teringvninnounced LoulsvilleTlmes Naturally Aunt Hetly Green cant understand why anybody who manages to escape the payment of taxes on some several million dollars worth of bonds should have to pay a tax on ono measly little dog Raco trouble Is Imminent at Beggs T A store built by a Negro who WEB preparing to go Into business was wrecked by a charge of dynamite Tho best physic Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets Easy to take leasant in efTccct For sale by Craig do Hocker Brotherly Love Written In 1772 Blest be the tle that blade Our hearts In Christian love The fellowship kindred minds Is like to that above Before our Fathers throne We pour our ardent prayers Our fears our hopes our aim are one Our comforts and our cares lytVo share our mutual woes Our mutual burdens bear And often for each other tlow feThe sympathizing tear When we asunder part It give us Inward polo But wo shall still be joined In heart And hope to meet again This glorious hope revives wayeIn lives And longs to see tbe day From sorrow toll and palo And elu wo shall be free And perfect love and friendship reignl Through all eternity John Fdwcett Danger of Colds and Grip toThe greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia If rea sonablc cue is used however anti Chain berlalns Cough Remedy is taken all danger will be avoided I Among the tens of thousands won have oral title remedy for tb se diseases we have yet to learn of a single casi having resulted In pneumonic which shows conclusively that it is a cer lain preventive of that dangerous dlseas- It will cure a cold oran attack of the grl in less time than any other treatment I Is pleasant and safe to take For sale b Craig do looker Before any voter casts his vote for any candidate In the gusto primary he askdIs he ennoble 9 Is be a straight democrat Honesty first everywhere at all times aid above all thing capability second for Incapability Is but tbe play thing of rascalllv a straight democrat ic record tbe highest endorsement for 1 eapibllltyGlasgoTimes w EAGLE BIRD The winner of the ISOO saddle stake at Lexington alto the winner of tbe sweep stake premium at Lexington and winner o EagleBlotmore than 48 ties lit dam br Star Eagle byhamletmark 4th darn bv son of Imp Albion Norc Eagle Itlrd as a show stallion or ala breeder of highclass horses Is unsurpass sellingfortbe present season at John Cooks stable the colored barber of Stanford at the low price of 810 to Insure a living cult Mares traded or patted with or bred else where forfeit the Insurance and money become due at the lure of such transaction For further particulars call on John Cook Stanford Ky WOOD IIRO9 G I W GILLOCK proprietor The Tonsorial Art Rooms HUSTONVILLE KY Call la when you wants clean shots or a Stylish Hair Cut You can offer to buy the machine It costs only 35 It will give your correspondence a busi n e s S appearance Elastic touch high speed construction simple and durable standard keyboard The Chicago sells itself Let us send jou one on trial Vrite- Lexington Bicycle Works- No 48 North Broadway Lexington Ky State Agents V s SPECIAL BARGAINS f 1TheI Mens Clothing 8125Mcii8 t Suits for OGo up Mens everyday Shoes OOo Mens heavy JfeiiFinoFinoSlioeLadies Shoes worth 8175 nt 81 Ladies Shoes worth 82 nt 815 Ladies Shoes worth 8250 at 8150 Wo are also paying for eggs this week 12Jo per dozeniThe New York StoreSlord Noxt Door to Lincoln County National Bank WIioShIiFIIIItaoaoats asattrat There should be but one question to consider deciding J WhClC to take your Prescriptons and that is Where arc the best Drugs nail most accurate compounding to bo ehad No motive or influence should ho allowed to weigh Iryou When fill your proscriptiion every drug that en tors into it has the exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service J Pennys Drug Store First National BankStanford Kyf Capital Stock 50000 institution was originally established as the Deposit Bank of Sian ord In 111 then reorganized as the National hank of ast18SJ having had practically an liD later rupted existence for 13 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact before promptly and well ever In Its long and honorable career Accounts of IndlYlduals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited u CAPITAL 0OOOO Directors J II Paxton J B Owsley 8 It Shanks W O Walker Coo W Carter Successors to The Farmers flank A Trust Company and under same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Sample Stanfordj Officers HOOKER Preset 11 IJcKOIIEHTS Ohr WEAKEN Ilkpr Directors Danvlll StanfordJ8 klcltnneyt lUughman Btanford Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble Ilanchraan Stanford Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY STOCK NATIONAL BANK 1 continuouslyfor nillOIIT Cashier cJrnEyesArc con badlyfitting Have Them TestedAt least once year If your glasses have become scratch ed by wiping dont endanger your eye sight by They should be changtias soon as you dont see as as you used themo toIiIICraig Hocker Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids When the liver torpid sad falls do Its work r the bile enters the blood virulent poison Then comes constipation biliousness sick headache fevers and malaria The only treatment that gives the liver put tha right touch and starts Natures srork tee rlgttt tanner lA1l0NS LIVER PILLS J AnoTONIG PELLETS The pin touches the systemJ25 doses for v1 days cost 25 cents and less your case exceedingly bad you wlll be well before you them free For sale all dealers I y in ve 1 This than Baisn J 8 W II F Kald B It T I II 111 J W P u Officers BHANKB President OW9LEV Cashierr Asst frequent well to U a 1 la is 1 L ls at sr II 8 0 J B W M n U on ST1tNFORDI FOR SALE BY W B MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORE